This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to undertake a derailment investigation in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements. It includes preparing for a derailment investigation, determining potential contributory factors, planning for derailment investigation report requirements, and investigating a derailment. This unit applies to people with the responsibility for rail operations management. The unit TLIF5023 Undertake a Derailment Investigation is a standalone unit delivered at the CQUniversity Bundaberg Crash Lab as a residential school over 5 days. Students undertaking this course will study the accredited unit TLIF5023 - Undertake a derailment investigation.
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Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
Students completing this course should be able to assist with a derailment investigation as a team member. Upon successful completion of this accredited short course students will receive a Statement of Attainment for the unit TLIF5023 - Undertake a derailment investigation.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
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Residential School Information
A number of exercises will be conducted outdoors in a simulated rail environment. Students will be required to wear long sleeved high visibility shirt, long trousers, steel capped/composite safety boots, safety glasses, gloves and a broad brimmed hat.
All Residential Schools for 2020 are currently deferred. Teachers will be in contact with current students to discuss their options.
Additional Resources and Textbooks
A comprehensive learning guide will be provided to students.
Students will be required to wear long sleeved high visibility shirt, long trousers, steel capped/composite safety boots, safety glasses, gloves and a broad brimmed hat.